First Fruits (First Fruits #1) by Amanda Carney

Reading minds can be dangerous.

Parsley Walker can hear people’s thoughts and it’s made her a target. As a natural born telepath who’s also telekinetic—two things that can be disturbingly lucrative in the wrong person’s hands—she’s learned to hide who she is. To be always moving and never at ease. To run from that inevitable moment of discovery. She’s a nomad in a waitress’s uniform. This is how she survives.

Until him.

Jesse Linwood is a vampire with a problem. An automaton with sharp teeth, he was sent to evaluate and ultimately abduct her. What he doesn’t expect is the way her blue eyes turn him inside out. Stalking her wasn’t supposed to make him feel anything. She was supposed be like all the others. He begins to unravel and, in the end, makes the choice to pick a fight he knows he cannot win in order to save her life.

This is the first book in a planned series and DOES end in a cliffhanger. It also includes erotic scenes and graphic violence.

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One thought on “First Fruits (First Fruits #1) by Amanda Carney

  1. I received this book from the author for an honest review.

    Sigh I loved reading this. So sweet and romantic.
    Jesse is a centuries old vampire sent to capture and bring back a woman for Patrick his sick twisted master.
    Parsley is special. She not only has the ability to read minds she can also move objects at will. This makes her blood more desirable.
    Jesse gets to know Parsley and falls in love with her. He no longer wishes to give her to Patrick knowing she will be killed. He kidnaps her to keep her safe but another vampire Bane has been sent to retrieve Parsley.
    Jesse and Felix resort to using a Witch to keep her safe. But Bane catches up-to Parsley and boy what a cliff hanger.
    Great read. Has a lovely even flow from start to finish.

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